From One Mind To The Other toes a similar line to Latency’s first release, from Innerspace Halflife, with a deeply hypnotic and sombre aesthetic. On “Press Play,” a splintered male vocal plays out over disdainful kicks. Devoid of a bassline, the framework hangs in mid-air. Fluttering synths and cascading keys combine to tough but eerily soothing effect. Anderson decreases the intensity further still on “Mind Set,” repeatedly layering the phrase “mindset, mindset, it’s definitely a mindset” over a sedate body of synths and humming drums. “Attitude” feels similarly at ease, with faint, emotive nudges softening its heavy kicks and militant snares. A hazy fog of synths only furthers the feeling.
Vinyl, Digital, Streaming
Honest Jon’s/The Orchard
First 100 covers are hand printed.
Irwin Barbé & Louise Ernandez
Tim Elkaïm, Souleymane Said